St Paul's church, Woldingham :: Shared Description

An Anglican parish church, designed in the 1930s by Sir Herbert Baker in the Perpendicular style (said to be the last such church to be built in England). It replaced the older and much smaller church of St Agatha and opened in 1933. The original patron was Lord Craigmyle.

The building is grade 2 listed (List Entry Number 1029790).

It sits on the intersection of gridlines, so photos of it can be found in any of four squares.
by Stephen Craven

5 images use this description:

TQ3756 : St Paul's church, Woldingham: hall by Stephen Craven
TQ3656 : St Paul's church, Woldingham: tower  by Stephen Craven
TQ3655 : St Paul's church, Woldingham: gateway by Stephen Craven
TQ3656 : St Paul's church, Woldingham: war memorial by Stephen Craven
TQ3656 : St Paul's church, Woldingham: south side by Stephen Craven


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Created: Thu, 1 Sep 2011, Updated: Thu, 1 Sep 2011

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